Tag: True Crime

The Disappearance of Anthonette Cayedito

EARLY LIFE: Anthonette Cayedito was born on December 25, 1976. Growing up, she lived in the 200 block of Arnold Street, in Gallup, New Mexico with her mother, Penny, and her sisters, Senida and Wendy. She had a father named Larry, but he and Penny would later divorce. Nicknamed “Squirrel”, Anthonette was known for having

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Walker County Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: On November 1, 1980, a truck driver driving by Sam Houston National Forest in Walker County, Texas discovered the unclothed body of a young girl along the shoulder of Interstate 45 North, two miles north of Huntsville and about a half-mile south of FM 1696. AUTOPSY: An autopsy was conducted upon the body being

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The Disappearance of Macin Smith

EARLY LIFE: Macin Smith was born on April 7, 1998 to parents Tracy and Darrin Smith. The youngest of six children, he was often coddled by his older siblings while growing up. For the majority of his life, Macin and his parents resided in Canada. Growing up, he was described as shy and sensitive, with

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White Hills Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: On September 28, 2016, a man and a woman hiking along Highway 93 in White Hills, Arizona discovered the nude body of a deceased female. The mainly desert area was located in a unincorporated area of Mohave County, between Kingman and the Hoover Dam. The area in which the body was located is known

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The Disappearance of Brittanee Drexel

EARLY LIFE: Brittanee Drexel was born on October 7, 1991 to parents Dawn and John. The pair had Brittanee when they were teenagers and while they tried to make their relationship work, the pair eventually split, with John moving to Florida. He wouldn’t reunite with his daughter until she was 16 years old. Growing up

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